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Lee Mead: Ten Years The Anniversary Tour – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Rebecca Cohen He became a household name more than a decade ago after winning over viewers on BBC talent show Any Dream Will Do - the hunt for a leading man in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He has since gone on to take leading roles in huge West End and touring productions, ...

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Quadrophenia Club Night – Waterside Arts Centre, Sale

Reviewer: Matt Forrest When The Who released their second Rock Opera, Quadrophenia (it’s the tale of young mod Jimmy, who is trying to find his way in life, set in London and against the back drop of the clashes on Brighton beach between the mods and rockers), the album was heralded as a classic and regularly appears on lists of ...

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Rambert – The Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

Music: Gavin Higgins, Gabriel Prokofiev, Rolling Stones Choreographer: Mark Baldwin, Shobana Jeyasingh, Christopher Bruce Reviewer: Dawn Smallwood Rambert brings their triple bill of works to Bradford’s Alhambra Theatre. The evening begins with Mark Baldwin’s Dark Arteries set against Gavin Higgins’ music and assembled on stage is the infamous Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band. Dark Arteries is a dark piece of ...

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Bob Dylan & The History of Rock ’n’ Roll – The Civic, Barnsley

Writer: Michael Gray Reviewer: Ray Taylor Michael Gray is a renowned world authority on Bob Dylan, having studied him over a lifetime and produced two monumental books on Dylan's life and work. He attempts to distill all his knowledge and appreciation of Dylan in this one-man performance that is partly lecture, but also includes rare footage and soundtrack recordings. Gray ...

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Rambert: Rooster – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Choreography: Shobana Jeyasingh, Barak Marshall &Christopher Bruce Music: Gabriel Prokofiev, Robert Millett &The Rolling Stones Reviewer: Lesley J. Russell This performance in three acts shows the skill and diversity of the company now known as Rambert. Danced bare foot, Terra Incognita gives a real sense of both togetherness and separation, of having and longing, changing like the ebb and flow ...

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Rambert (The Castaways/SUB/Rooster) – Churchill Theatre, Bromley

Choreography: Barak Marshall, Itzik Galili, Christopher Bruce Music / Music arrangement: Robert Millett, Michael Gordon, The Rolling Stones Reviewer: Cavelle Leigh Rambert, a highly renowned company in existence since 1926 faces exciting times ahead. Soon they are to relocate to the cultural cornucopia that is the South Bank, having received subsidy from the Heritage Lottery Fund. In their current tour ...

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Rambert’s Rooster, Subterrain & Castaways – His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen

Artistic Director: Mark Baldwin Choreography: Christopher Bruce, Ashley Page &Barack Marshall. Composition: The Rolling Stones, Mark Anthony Turnage &Aphex Twin Reviewer: Moira Wilson Renowned ballet company Rambert return to Aberdeen with their spring tour programme. Making a much-anticipated return to the company's repertoire after a 13 years absence was Christopher Bruce's highly acclaimed Rooster. This was accompanied in the triple ...

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The Hollies – Royal Hall, Harrogate

Reviewer: Ray Taylor [rating:5] The Hollies kick off their two- month nationwide tour in the ornate, spacious and gilt-edged surroundings of Harrogate’s Royal Hall – and they treat a sell-out full house of adoring fans to a gilt-edged performance. The Hollies are a British institution with a distinctive hallmark sound that has not wavered during their fifty years of recording ...

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